Chelation References

Benefits of EDTA Chelation Therapy in Arteriosclerosis a Retrospective Study of 470 Patients
by C. Hancke, MD, and K. Flytlie, MD

A Pilot Double Blind Study of Sodium Magnesium EDTA in Peripherral Vascular Disease
by Efrain Olszewer, MD, Fuad Calil Sabbag, MD, and James P. Carter, MD, DrPH New Orleans, Louisiana

EDTA Chelation Therapy Efficacy in Arteriosclerotic Heart Disease
by H. Richard Casdorph, MD, PhD

EDTA Chelation Therapy III Treatment of Peripheral Arterial Occlusion an Alternative to Amputation
by H. Richard Casdorph, MD, PhD and Charles H. Farr, MD, PhD

EDTA Chelation Therapy in Chronic Degenerative Disease
by EFRAIN OLSZEWER and JAMES P. CARTER

The Correlation Between EDTA Chelation Therapy and Improvement in Cardiovascular Function A Meta Analysis
by L. Terry Chappell, MD, and John P. Stahl, PhD

6 Children with Lead Poisoning
by John A, Friedman, MD, Howard L. Weinberger, MD

A Nonsurgical Approach to Obstructive Carotid Stenosis Using EDTA Chelation
by C.J. Rudolph, DO, PhD, E.W. McDonagh, DO, ACGP, and R.K. Barber, BS, ACSM, ETT

Absorbtion of Drugs from the Rat Colon by Lewis S. Schanker
by Lewis S. Schanker

An Observation of the Effect of EDTA Chelation and Supportive Multivitamin Trace Mineral Supplementation onBlood Platelet Volume a Brief Communication
by C.J. Rudolph, DO, PhD, E.W. McDonagh, DO, ACGP, and R.K. Barber, BS, ACSM, ETT

An Oculocerebrovasculometric Analysis of the Improvement in Arterial Stenosis Following EDTA Chelation Therapy
by E.W. McDonagh, DO, FACGP, C.J. Rudolph, DO, PhD, E. Cheraskin, MD, DMD

Beneficial Effects of Zinc Supplementation During Chelation Treatment of Lead Intoxication in Rats
by S.J.S. Flora and S.K. Tandon

Carotid Restenosis a Case for EDTA Chelation
by H. Joseph Holliday, MD, FACA, RVT

Chelation Therapy a Survey of Treatment Outcomes and Selected SocioMedical Factors
by Wesley J. Adams, PhD, and Charles T. McGee, MD

Chelation Therapy of Occlusive Arteriosclerosis in Diabetic Patients
by Carlos P. Lamar, MD, F.I.C.A.

Chronic Diseases A Practical Method for the Reduction of Plasma Cholesterol in Man
by Henry A. Schroeder, M.D.

Current Status of EDTA Chelation Therapy in Occlusive Arterial Disease
by Elmer M. Cranton, MD, James P. Frackelton, MD

Demographic Data and Treatment of Small Companion Animals With Lead Poisoning 347 Cases 1977 to 1986
by Rhea V. Morgan, DVM; Laurie K. Pearce, DVM; Frances M. Moore, DVM; Thomas Rossi, DVM, MS

Disappearance of Immune Deposits with EDTA Chelation Therapy in a Case of IgA Nephropathy
by Ja-Liang Lin, MD

Disintergration of Retroviruses by Chelating Agents
by V. Wunderlich and G. Sydow

EDTA Chelation Treatment for Vascular Disease A Meta Analysis Using Unpublished Data
by L. Terry Chappell, MD, John P. Stahl, PhD, and Ronald Evans, MA

Effect of EDTA Chelation and Supportive Multivitamin Trace Mineral Supplementation Chronic Lung Disorders A Study of FVC and FEV
by C.J. Rudolph, DO, PhD, E.W. McDonagh, DO, ACGP, and Rhonda.K. Barber, BS, ACSM, ETT

Effect of EDTA Chelation and Supportive Multivitamin Trace Mineral Supplementation on Carotid Circulation Case Report
by C.J. Rudolph, DO, PhD, E.W. McDonagh, DO, ACGP

Effect of EDTA Chelation Therrapy Plus Multivitamintrace Mineral Supplementation Upon Vascular Dynamics Ankle Brachial Doppler Systolic Blood Pressure Ratio
by E.W. McDonagh, DO, C.J. Rudolph, DO, E Cheaskin, MD, DMD

Elevated Lead Levels in a Patient with Sickle Cell Disease and Inappropriate Secretion of Antidiuretic Hormone
by Carlos R. Suarez, MD, Lehman E. Black III, MD, R. Morrison Hurley, MD

Lead Nephropathy Gout and Hypertension
by Vicihi Batuman, MD, FACP

Lead Toxicity Chelation Therapy New Findings
by R. Gooneratne and A. Olkowski

Magnetic Resonance Imaging Evidence of a Reduction in Disc Herniation Using a Combination of EDTA Chelation and Joint Reconstructive Therapy
by C.J. Rudolph, DO, PhD, FACAM, E.W. McDonagh, DO, ACGP, FACAM

Mineral Excretion Associated with EDTA Chelation Therapy
by Hugh D. Riordan, M.D., Emanuel Cheraskin, M.D., D.M.D., and Marvin Dirks, B.D., M.A.

Visual Field Evidence of Macular Degeneration Reversal Using a Combination of EDTA Chelation and Multiple Vitamin and Trace Mineral Therapy
by C.J. Rudolph, DO, PhD, FACAM, R.T. Samuels, OD, and E.W. McDonagh, DO, ACGP, FACAM

Oral calcium EDTA in lead intoxication of children
by J. Edmund Bradley, M.D., and Albert M. Powell, Jr., M.D.

Potential Uses of Chelation Methods in the Treatment of Cardiovascular Diseases
by J. Roderick Kitchell, Lawrence E. Meltzer and Marvin J. Seven

Reduction of Elevated Plasma Lipid Levels in Artherosclerosis following EDTA Therapy
by J. H. Olwin and J. L. Koppel

Safety Evalutation Studies of Calcium EDTA
by Bernard L. Oser, Mona Oser and Howard C. Spencer

The "Clinical Change" in Patients Treated with EDTA Chelation Plus Multivitamin/Trace Mineral Supplementation
by Edward W. McDonagh, D.O., Charles J. Rudolph, Ph.D., D.O., and Emanuel Cheaskin, M.D., D.M.D.

The Correlation Between EDTA Chelation Therapy and Improvement in Cardiovascular Function: A Meta-Analysis
by L. Terry Chappell, MD, and John P. Stahl, PhD

The Current Status of EDTA Chelation Therapy
by Elmer M. Cranton, MD

The Effect of Calcium Chelation on Cardiac Arrythmias and Conduction Disturbances
by Sidney Jick, M.D. and Robert Karsh, M.D.

The Effect of EDTA Chelation Therapy Plus Supportive Multivitamin Trace Mineral Supplementation Upon Renal Function: A Study in Blood Urea Nitrogen (BUN)
by E.W. McDonagh, DO, C.J. Rudolph, DO, PhD, E. Cheraskin, MD, DMD

The Effect of EDTA Chelation Therapy Plus Supportive Multivitamin Trace Mineral Supplementation Upon Renal Function: A Study in Serum Creatinine
by EW McDonagh, DO, CJ Rudolph, PhD, DO, E Cheraskin, MD, DMD

The Effects of Thiamin on Lead Metabolism: Whole Body Retention of Lead-203
by Jin Suk Kim, Donald L. Hamilton, Barry R, Blakley, and Colin G. Rousseaux

The Efficacy of Chelation Therapy and Factors Influencing Mortality in Lead Intoxicated Petrol Sniffers
by C. B. Burns PhD, B. Currie

Treatment of Occlusive Vascular Disease with Disodium Ethylene Diamine Tetraacetic Acid (EDTA)
by Norman E. Clarke, Sr. M.D., Norman E. Clarke Jr. M.D. and Robert E. Mosher, PhD

Proof of EDTA's Permeability by way of the Colon
by M. Ella, R Behrens, C Northrop, P Wraight and G. Neale
Dunn Clinical Nutrition Centre and New Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge, U.K.

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